mulct MULKT, noun:
A fine or penalty.
1. To punish for an offense or misdemeanor by imposing a fine or demanding a forfeiture.
2. To obtain by fraud or deception.
3. To defraud; to swindle.
Mulct comes from Latin multa, “a fine.”
horrent HOR-ehnt adjective
Standing up like bristles, bristling.
From Latin horrent-, stem of horrens, present participle of horrere (to bristle).